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Monday, February 6, 2017

Flower vases, not white clay

We often use speckled brownstone clay, from Highwater Clay in Asheville, NC.

Here's a vase I painted a flower upon, after having altered the shape.'

I was glad to see the little black line-work with designer liner from Mayco showed through the celadon glaze.  The throw lines even have some breaking as well with the translucent glaze of celadon.  Love that glaze!

Today's quote:

“The greatest revolution of our time is in the way we see the world. The mechanistic paradigm underlying the Industrial Growth Society gives way to the realization that we belong to a living, self-organizing cosmos.” ~Joanna Macy

Don't miss this blog, where she posted yesterday:
Forming a Resistance Group

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